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Thread: 2nd plane crash in the valley on Saturday?

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    Default 2nd plane crash in the valley on Saturday?

    I heard that a plane in Palmer hit the powerlines sometime before 10pm Saturday night and ended up landing on the golf course. I haven't seen anything in the news about it yet.

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    N2370M, PA-12, according to the FAA summary this morning.

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    do you have a link?
    Emergency- an old English word for "lets test your training"!

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    I know this is a serious issue.
    but also kind of a funny report

    IDENTIFICATION
    Date: 02-FEB-15
    Time: 02:40:00Z
    Regis#: ALASKA FLIGHT249/UNKN REG
    Aircraft Make: BOEING
    Aircraft Model: 737
    Event Type: Incident
    Highest Injury: Unknown
    Aircraft Missing:
    Damage: None
    LOCATION
    City: BAKERSFIELD
    State: California
    Country:
    DESCRIPTION
    Description: ALASKA AIR FLIGHT 249 BOEING 737 AIRCRAFT WAS STRUCK BY A LASER BEAM AND THE PILOT SUSTAINED UNKNOWN INJURIES TO THE EYE, LANDED WITHOUT INCIDENT, NEAR BAKERSFIELD, CA
    Emergency- an old English word for "lets test your training"!

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    http://www.adn.com/article/20150202/...er-golf-course

    I think this is the one mentioned above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N8607V View Post
    I know this is a serious issue.
    but also kind of a funny report

    IDENTIFICATION
    Date: 02-FEB-15
    Time: 02:40:00Z
    Regis#: ALASKA FLIGHT249/UNKN REG
    Aircraft Make: BOEING
    Aircraft Model: 737
    Event Type: Incident
    Highest Injury: Unknown
    Aircraft Missing:
    Damage: None
    LOCATION
    City: BAKERSFIELD
    State: California
    Country:
    DESCRIPTION
    Description: ALASKA AIR FLIGHT 249 BOEING 737 AIRCRAFT WAS STRUCK BY A LASER BEAM AND THE PILOT SUSTAINED UNKNOWN INJURIES TO THE EYE, LANDED WITHOUT INCIDENT, NEAR BAKERSFIELD, CA
    What's funny about it?

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    just wasn't expecting to see laser beam in a government report.

    and yes I do think its a serious issue and that it us irresponsible and unsafe to point a laser pointer at an aircraft or at anyone for that matter.
    Emergency- an old English word for "lets test your training"!

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    These are the same people buying hobby shop drones and flying them around. If I saw someone shinning a beam at a plane like that I would want to litterally beat them to death with a blunt object while a friend held an AR-15 on them in case they got the upper hand but then I would go to jail so I would just let them do it.

    Quote Originally Posted by N8607V View Post
    just wasn't expecting to see laser beam in a government report.

    and yes I do think its a serious issue and that it us irresponsible and unsafe to point a laser pointer at an aircraft or at anyone for that matter.

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    huh? Nice flying forum...

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    I litterally laughed out loud !!! lol

    Quote Originally Posted by knie0012 View Post
    huh? Nice flying forum...

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